(SOCIAL MEDIA) The Facebook Ads Manager isn't exactly reliable, refunds aren't offered, and social media practitioners hate the (still) necessary...
(TECHNOLOGY) Virtual reality (VR) has mostly boomed in the entertainment world, but one company hopes to augment your professional life.
(TECH) Hardware tokens have been around for a while, but people most serious about avoiding hackers swear by them.
(TECHNOLOGY) All your fears about Artificial Intelligence are true. (Well, maybe.) DARPA is testing out common sense in AI, so hold your breath.
(TECH) Instagram is seen as the calmest of the social networks, but power users indicate the massive harassment problem continues to be widespread.
(TECH) Fitness tech is getting sophisticated, and investors are eyeballing the market for new opportunities and innovations.
(TECHNOLOGY) Just like they made the West fun, now some cowboys are stampeding into the final frontier. Did you know that Space X has a Texas-sized...
(TECH) IRL Glasses block out screens, allowing you to enjoy a variety of previously screen-dominated venues in visual peace.
(TECHNOLOGY) Oracle has one hell of a selling point - their major competitor uses Oracle instead of their own product.
(TECHNOLOGY) Slack is an amazing productivity tool, but it can also be a huge time waster - help balance the two with this survey bot.
(TECH) Facebook's role in news consumption increases, and their new policy regarding news is raising eyebrows.
(SOCIAL MEDIA) Digital clutter sucks. Save time and energy with this new Chrome extension for Facebook.
(TECHNOLOGY) As apps evolve, they are beginning to look uniform - is this a good or bad thing?
(TECH) The Google Home Hub will soon ship to homes and offices, and they might win in the long run for simply not including a camera...
(TECHNOLOGY) Facial recognition technology is happening, now. What does it mean, who does it benefit, and who makes the rules?
(TECH) A contentious report indicates the Chinese government hacked American citizens, which Homeland Security denies, despite rising tensions.
(TECHNOLOGY) OkMe, a panic button designed for ride-share drivers, demonstrates perfectly the importance of technology that supports the gig economy.
(TECH NEWS) Determining the best way to organize your tasks is a task in-and-of itself. A new app is here to help you organize your emails.
(TECH NEWS) No big surprise, but Facebook continues to paint itself into a corner, this time using a privacy feature to target you. Is there no...
(TECHNOLOGY) Doxing is an attack that used to be primarily done in hacker and gamer circles, but is now spilling over to victimize people from all...
(TECHNOLOGY) With smart speakers like Alexa violating users' privacy expectations, a French startup seeks to turn the problem on its head.
(TECH NEWS) As Favor's founders launch Sunroom, we have unanswered questions that will reveal the company's intentions once answered.
The Dark Web isn't new, but most people don't know of its existence or what happens in this anonymous corner of the world.